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Since the first edition some improvements have been inserted, which were communicated by a lady of the first distinction, as she had heard this song repeated in her infancy. As it fell out out on a long summer's day Two lovers they sat on a hill; They sat together that long summer's day, And could not take their fill. Fair Margaret sat in her bower-window, Combing her yellow hair: There she spyed sweet William and his bride, As they were a riding near. Then down she layd her ivory comb; And braided her hair in twain: She went alive out of her bower, But ne'er came alive in't again.
When day was gone, and night was come, And all men fast asleep, Then came the spirit of fair Marg'ret, And stood at William's feet. God give you joy of your gay bride-bed, And me of my winding-sheet. When day was come, and night was gone, And all men wak'd from sleep, Sweet William to his lady sayd, "My dear, I have cause to weep. He called up his merry men all, By one, by two, and by three: Saying, "I'll away to fair Marg'ret's bower, By the leave of my ladie.
And when he came to fair Marg'ret's bower, He knocked at the ring; And who so ready as her seven brethren To let sweet William in.
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Then he turned up the covering sheet, "Pray let me see the dead; Methinks she looks all pale and wan, She hath lost her cherry red.